atypical

[ ey-tip-i-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF atypical

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He had only the intellectual stimulation of atypical cases and these were all too rare.

The other atypical patterns are not so easily dismissed and will be the subject of inquiry in the discussions that follow.

Atypical specimens or those to be used for illustration were set aside for separate shipment and more intensive examination.

Secondarily, other atypical clinical features appear, as will be seen.

Atypical symptoms appear just as constantly in these cases, as do the atypical ideas.

It will be noted that the ensuing stupors were, like those already quoted, atypical.

This was atypical in that she sang and wrote when otherwise apparently deeply stuporous.

Atypical features in stupor have to do mainly with interruptions, interludes as it were, of elation, anxiety or perplexity.

(In the present work we use the words usual, unusual, typical, and atypical with neither quotation marks nor apology).

Obviously the formula is complex, and possibly the specimen is atypical in this regard.

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